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progeCAD and AutoCAD Forum • Re: Start ProgeCad by C# dll Error

Hello,thank you very much for the answer.Yes you are right , i really sould think about a update.ftautoStatistics: Posted by ftauto — Mon Mar 20, 2017 3:44 pm

CAD and CAD/CAM Software • Mathcad Prime 4.0 Released

Hello users,Mathcad Prime 4.0 is now available, with improvements to security, speed and usability.See here for announcement:http://reviews.caddit.com.au/2017/03/ma ... ime-4.htmlThanks,Statistics: Posted by caddit — Wed Mar 08, 2017 10:40 pm

progeCAD and AutoCAD Forum • Re: Lisp routine help

This should be the corrected version.Please see attached below: pdr.lsp Add description (5.37 KiB) Downloaded 19 timesStatistics: Posted by caddit — Wed Mar 08, 2017 10:30 pm

progeCAD and AutoCAD Forum • Re: Lisp routine help

Thank you very much that was great help.I had the same error occur, however, I found the issue. Later in the program I had to replace the ' to " like at the beginning of the program.Again, thank you very much.Statistics: Posted by harebal20 — Wed Mar 08, 2017 4:31 pm

progeCAD and AutoCAD Forum • Re: Lisp routine help

HelloFirst change all ' to " like this:(command)(setvar "osmode" osm)(setvar "blipmode" blipm)(setvar "orthomode" orthom)(command "_.undo" "_end")(setvar "cmdecho" cmde)); end defun - *error*(setq cmde (getvar "cmdecho"))(setvar "cmdecho" 0)(command "_.undo" "_begin")(setqosm (getvar "osmode")blipm (getvar "blipmode")orthom (getvar "orthomode")); end setqThen you can run it. I had this error:Command: C:PDRCommand: PDRDivide one way or both {1/2}?: 1Space/element around perimeter {Yes/No}?: yNumber Panels: 2Width of space/element between Panels, or [A=1.75/B=2/C=3.5]: aError: bad argument typeI tried also A and number 3.5. So I do not know what is wrong. Hopefully this leads you forward.Statistics: Posted by jouni — Wed Mar 08, 2017 8:59 am

progeCAD and AutoCAD Forum • Lisp routine help

Hello everyone, I am new to the forum and would like to say thank you for this chance to be apart of this group.I am also a new user for progeCAD. I have used AutoCAD for 10+ yrs and have made the switch. A small issue has come to light though. I have been using a LISP routine that was shared on a forum post (not sure of the exact forum though) and now that I am using the different program it will not read the LISP routine for some reason. It works completely fine with AutoCAD but will not run with progeCAD. Could someone assist me please? what is stumping me is that it will work with one program but not the other.;; PanelDivRect.lsp [command name: PDR];; To Divide a Rectangular area into equal-sized Panels, with;; intermediate spaces/elements between them, e.g. store-front;; framing members, fence posts, property boundaries if zero-;; width space between, stiles & rails in doors, etc.;; User specifies:;; a. whether to divide in one direction or both;;; b. whether to draw a space/element around the perimeter;;; c. the number of panels [in each direction if applicable];;; d. the width of the spaces/elements between/around;;; e. three corners of the rectangular area to divide.;; Routine saves settings and offers them as defaults on;; subsequent use.;; Kent Cooper, December 2010(defun C:PDR ; = Panel Divider, Rectangular (/ *error* cmde osm blipm orthom divdirtemp perimtemp pnlqLtemp pnlqWtemp spcwtemp cor1 corL len angL corW angW wid spcqL spcqW pnlL pnlW) (defun *error* (errmsg) ...